Frederick Wilber House

Frederick Wilber House

Wilson Hutton District 117 North Moffet Avenue Circa 1906 ~ American Foursquare Craftsman Frederick and Fannie Wilbur were the first owners of this house that is technically located in the Wilson- Hutton residential district just three doors north of the Murphysburg...
Good Urbanism

Good Urbanism

Good Urbanism “Urban Living” Murphysburg area offers a place to live, shop, dine and play, Historic Murphysburg is more than a national historic district.  It’s a vibrant mixed use community blending a residential neighborhood with urban amenities and services....
Restoring A Historic Building

Restoring A Historic Building

Restoring A Historic Building Murphysburg Boundaries  Historic buildings are tangible links with the past. They help give a community a sense of identity, stability and orientation.   What are Historic Tax Credits? The Federal government encourages the preservation of...
Morgan’s Grocery Store

Morgan’s Grocery Store

505 West Second Street Morgan’s Grocery Store Circa 1934 ~ Depression era Concrete Block Commercial Building This building has been re-purposed from a two-story neighborhood grocery store, to many different purposes.  Originally owned by George Morgan. George’s...
William B McAntire House

William B McAntire House

524 West Fifth Ca. 1905 ~ Queen Anne Architectural details are, Palladian window, Pediment, Bay window W.B McAntire attorney at law was born in Elizabethtown, Hardin County Kentucky October 14, 1848. His parents W.S. and Elizabeth E (VanMeter) McAntire were natives of...